Courtney Lowry

Courtney Lowry is a recent graduate from SCAD Atlanta with a BFA in Photography. Her writing touches based on issues other shy away from such as black rights, womens rights, and mental health stigmas. Instagram: @courtneyllowry

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What Having Anxiety Is Like During the Holidays
8 months ago
For those who struggle with their mental health, the holidays can be a stressful time. From the pressures to buy gifts for friends and family to the overload of “living my best life moments” broadcast...
How YouTube Affects My Mental Health
8 months ago
With movie based streaming services dominating how I enjoy entertainment nowadays, it is hard to convince myself to become an avid YouTube-watcher again. Netflix and Amazon Prime don’t make me feel le...
America Needs a President Like JFK
8 months ago
President John F. Kennedy once said, “Ask not what your country can do for you—ask what you can do for your country.” I was tempted to buy a shirt with this quote on it, but decided to pass. Nonethele...
When I Wore Champion, It Wasn't Cool
8 months ago
I wish I could go back and tell my sixth-grade self what Champion is today. Almost 10 years later, I never would’ve thought that rocking Champion would be an aesthetic fashion statement. Now, looking ...
3 YA Novels That Raise Awareness for Mental Health
8 months ago
I’m 21, and I’m not ashamed to say that I still read YA. It’s just something about the wide-eyed optimism of finding “the one” in high school or the triumphant stories of overcoming hallway bullies th...
Feeling Empowered and Letting Go
8 months ago
When I first heard Ariana Grande’s "Thank U, Next" I teared up. It wasn’t her paying homage to Mac Miller or her optimistic outlook on marriage that caused the waterworks. Instead it was the lines, “B...